Kaspersky Web Traffic Security is a complete rewrite of the code base of the prior application in the Kaspersky Security for Internet Gateway, which adds additional security engines and the latest machine learning and deep learning technologies.
HPE will be driving their Memory-Driven Computing model much more broadly to customers, partners and ISVs, by making a sandbox version available, particularly to expose it to developers, and also by bringing it to market selectively through their Pointnext flexible consumption model services.
In addition to the report, Lastline also announced a new Lastline Behavioral Intelligence Program, which provides actionable information about cybersecurity that any security teams can use, to benchmark their own capabilities.
New offerings include a separate cloud sandbox solution and an endpoint detection and response product, the latter being a first for ESET. ESET Remote Administrator is also being replaced with a new enterprise grade management tool.
A surge in ransomware attacks in Q1 re-emphasizes the value proposition of the SonicWall integrated portfolio of solutions, which now combines the Capture Cloud Platform working in concert with other devices in the data centre.
SentinelOne’s technology is strong on remediation of malicious attacks, and the partnership with SonicWall will enable automatic remediation of ransomware and other attacks by reversing system and file modifications.
In addition to upgrading the CASB solution recently acquired from Imperva, Forcepoint is also introducing new cloud migration tools and extending its LastLine sandbox technology to Web and Email security.
Palo Alto identifies five areas of innovation within a wide-ranging series of announcements, although the most exciting appear to be around the expansion of threat protection capabilities, including credential theft protection.
Available previously to MSPs in Europe, this customization of Barracuda’s next-gen firewall for the MSP market is now being offered in North America as a best-in-class offering for Intronis’ SMB-focused MSPs.
In addition to portfolios that the companies say are highly synergistic and with little overlap, the deal also brings Blue Coat CEO Greg Clark into the vacant Symantec CEO position, which has positive vibes given Clark’s highly successful turn-around of Blue Coat.